The Outlaws biker who was killed in Vaughan McDonald’s

Video Key frames Video Gallery Key frames Video: Shooting near Vaughan McDonald’s Update (9:28 a.m. ET, 5 March 2020): Police have identified the man who was killed as Thomas “The Raider” Isett. A judge…

The Outlaws biker who was killed in Vaughan McDonald's

Video Key frames Video Gallery Key frames Video: Shooting near Vaughan McDonald’s

Update (9:28 a.m. ET, 5 March 2020): Police have identified the man who was killed as Thomas “The Raider” Isett. A judge has made a ruling in the case that does not move a date for the next hearing.

A man killed in a shooting outside a Vaughan McDonald’s last weekend had been an Outlaws biker who had beaten a rival over the course of the last year, reports The Globe and Mail.

Police told the paper that Thomas “The Raider” Isett, 45, was a founding member of the Outlaws for a period of time, but wasn’t involved with the biker gang for a long time.

Officers were called to a location near Applebee’s in the 1700 block of Eastern Avenue, east of York Mills Road and north of Dixie Highway, at around 3:15 a.m. on Saturday March 3.

Officers told the Globe and Mail that the man in question had been sitting inside a parked van when a man got out of a vehicle and fired a number of shots at him.

When police arrived they found the man “severely injured” outside the McDonald’s, as well as a gunman in the vehicle.

Paramedics confirmed that the man died at the scene.

On Monday, a judge made a ruling that does not move a date for the next hearing.

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